Katharine Quarmby is a journalist, writer and editor, working across broadcast, print and online. She specialises in investigative and cross-border journalism, with a particular interest in climate reporting and marginalised communities. She has worked for the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, the BBC and The Economist, among others, and reported for both national and international media organisations.
Published in: Home: InvestigationThe choice for Travellers: live by the sewage works or risk arrest
Many council ‘transit’ sites are unsuitable, putting Travellers at risk of prosecution under new trespass law
Published in: openDemocracyUK: InvestigationGypsies and Travellers face “segregation by planning” in new housing developments
Travellers are being placed beside sewage works, busy railway lines and polluted industrial sites.
Published in: openDemocracyUK: Opinion“A disaster waiting to happen” - Traveller communities buckling from the impact of the pandemic
The UK's Gypsy and Traveller communities are being devastated by the pandemic.